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    Volvo XC90 plug-in hybrid review, Chinese EV tariffs, retailers shun EV charging: Today’s Car News

    Big-box retailers could be doing more to support EV charging. Senators push the idea of new tariffs to keep out Chinese EVs. We revisit the XC90 plug-in hybrid. And could the Rivian R3 help EV revive small cars in America? This and more, here at Green Car Reports. 

    In a review of the 2024 Volvo XC90 Recharge, Green Car Reports found that this already appealing Swedish SUV package adds more electric range, more power, and more refinement, making it now a nearly ideal pick for families who aren’t always sure about where they’ll be plugging in on the go.

    According to a study released last week from Consumer Reports, Many retailers aren’t doing much to support EV charging. Big-box retailers, with their big parking lots, could especially be doing more, CR says, while it notes that discount “dollar” stores have done effectively nothing to support EVs.  

    And will a U.S. tariff…

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